P.O. Box 5091
Agana, Guam 96932
Phone: (671) 477-7310
Fax: (671) 477-7311
PMB A-6 BOX 10001
Saipan, MP 96950
Phone: (670) 322-7709
Fax: (670) 322-7708
B.S., Environmental Chemistry, Minor in Education, University of California at Santa Cruz.
Summa Cum Laude, Honors in the Major. June 2002
A.A., Liberal Arts, Northern Marianas College, Saipan. May 1998.
Mr. Jordan has 6 years of experience in the field of environmental planning and management in
Saipan. The offspring of Peace Corps volunteers on the islands of Yap, Robert has called
Micronesia home his entire life. After graduating with honors from the University of California,
Santa Cruz with a Bachelor of Science in environmental chemistry, he returned to his island
home with the goal of bringing about efficient and practical solutions to the environmental
problems faced by island communities, as well as to aid in driving Micronesia's environmental
protection and management programs into the 21st Century. Robert maintains these
objectives today and continues down the path of protecting our environment as an
Environmental Specialist for Allied Pacific Environmental Consulting
Assistant Program Manager, Department of Public Works (DPW), Solid Waste Management
Division, Saipan, January 2005 – March 2006.
As an environmental manager for the DPW Solid Waste Management Division, provided overall
planning, supervision and administration of the CNMI Integrated Solid Waste Management
System. Tasks included: development and implementation of Saipan’s waste diversion
programs; general site management, contracting oversight and personnel training;
improvement of the disaster debris management plan for Saipan; coordinated hazardous and
other waste assessments and cleanups; provided planning and supervisory duties for the
design of the fully-compliant closure of Puerto Rico Dump; provided oversight for operations at
the Marpi Landfill Facility and; insured solid waste program compliance with all local and
federal regulations. Saipan’s representative for disaster workshops, training and applicant’s
briefings with FEMA, CNMI Emergency Management Office and the CNMI Public Assistance
Office. Coordinated and developed project scope of work and cost estimates for debris,
greenwaste, temporary staging areas and landfills in the aftermath of numerous typhoons to
affect the CNMI.
Environmental Planner, Division of Solid Waste Management, Department of Public Works,
Saipan, December 2002 – January 2005.
Provided technical oversight and planning for all aspects of the Solid Waste Program
development in Saipan, Tinian and Rota. Served as a liaison between DPW and the general
public for education and outreach. Worked with local and federal agencies in the planning,
compliance and execution of diverse waste management strategies for the CNMI.
Teaching Assistant for Statistical Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Quantum Mechanics
Courses, University of California, September 2001 – June 2002
Supervised bi-weekly sections aimed at assisting students with material covered in the lectures
and coordinated grading and records for the courses. These sections emphasized a
collaborative learning environment designed to reinforce critical thinking and problem-solving
skills with the students.
Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society
40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Training, 2006
Red Cross Adult First Aid, 2003
Red Cross Adult CPR, 2003